Morpeth Conservation Studio has 20 years professional experience in art conservation and restoration.
- Paper discoloured.
- Paper high in acidity.
- This is the process of breaking down
- Difficulty seeing drawing.
- Paper dry and brittle.
- Paper washed and cleaned.
- Acidity neutralised.
- Drawing now clear.
- Paper now stable to increase its lifespan.
- Badly water-stained certificate.
- Paper acidic and decomposing.
- Unsightly appearance
- Stains removed
- Paper stabilised and de-acidified.
- Clean presentable appearance.
- Badly foxed and discoloured.
- Paper acidic and brittle.
- Planar distortion.
- Paper washed in aqueous solution.
- All foxing removed.
- Paper de-acidified and flattened.